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the cheers for miguel cab rerra. >>> this is cnn breaking news. >> good morning. i'm carol costello. we begin with breaking news out of the middle east where a car bomb has rocked the city of beirut. at least five people have been injured. three of them seriously in the attack. nick paton walsh describing the scene as one of chaos. we will continue to monitor the story and bring any new developments. >>> on to politics but not the kind you are probably used to. take a deep breath and laugh. the presidential candidates and their wives skipped the campaign trail and hit the circuit, a new way perhaps to reach out to undecided voters. ann romney went to "the view." michelle obama went to kelly ripa. and the alford e. smith memorial dinner, a roast featuring presidential candidates. >> earlier today i went shopping at stores in mid town. i understand governor romney went shopping for some stores in mid town. >> we are down to the final months of the president's term. as president obama surveys the banquet room with everyone in white tie and finery you have to wonder what he's thinking. so little
out there. >> great crowd, great ladies. easy to pick two makeovers today. >> carol van buren is 63 years old from albany, new york. she told us she can't do anything with her hoda hair. she begged us to help her tame her mane. oh, she does have my hair. >> carol has a lot to say. i'll hand you the mike. you tell kathie lee and hoda. >> good morning, kathie lee and hoda. want to let you know, you think you have hair problems? look at me. i need help. i'm going to have jill and louis help me today. especially here. this is horrible. so let's have a great time, i am ready. >> love it. >> she is adorable. >> i like it, especially here because she knows the spot. we have her daughter-in-law tracy. raise your hand. friends cindy and elaine. please keep on your blind folds till you give you the green light. here is carol van buren before. let's see the new hair. >> you look hot. wow! >> take off your blind folds, ladies. >> you look so hot. >> are you ready? >> i'm ready. oh, my god! >> you look amazing. >> you look hot. >> wow. >> carol, would you look at that camera. >> what happened, l
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to practice this conversation, is carol johnson here somewhere? is that they pretty much relate to the breakout groups that we will put you in later. last year i tried a different thing, to apply location, and it did not work at all. we are going back to the way that we did it at all. i am notorious, and bought it -- and will try not to swear up here. obviously, we will be asking you again about your job and what you do daily. i will be asking you to go on to a breakout room. but we want to focus on is what audrey mentioned earlier, the creative content, the experience. we did not call this a safety summit for a reason. we are now moving on. well, patrons' safety is super important. we will be talking about that in the breakout session for security. in that break out section we will hopefully have -- hello. talking about guard cards, we are running around the city telling people they need one and we want you all to know why. we brought the authority on that, and a few other folks, to talk to you about that. i imagine there will be a lot of uniforms in that one as well. that is t
in the region is visiting north point. zachary? >> reporter: carol, when the academy opened in 2000, the neighborhood was so rough, they didn't want the kids going out for recess, but not only do they have a football program, they turned it into the best in the area. tonight they're on the road to north point high school to play only a handful of local games they'll get to play this season. home games are nonexistent. the locker rooms were moving crates. the biggest problem around here is finding some competition. >> it's almost been impossible to do. because we're not affiliated with a conference. some may not call me back. some still have gaps in their schedule. i take it in stride. we just focus on getting kids in school, you know. we get joy out of that. not just really just about winning. >> reporter: but a new postseason system makes them tough to dodge. made up of the best schools. the winner will take on the champs for an outright city championship. they're ready around here. >> we're definitely in favor of it. i think it was more in the future, i think the schools will be a
in the mud. lindia where's it canny. carol says i thought you said you loved me. so please keep your captions coming and i need caption this photos for next week so e-mail yours to pix@wmar.com. >> thanks. >>> one man's fighting -- finding it easier to cope after losing his girlfriend who dumped him. at first he was heart broken because that's what guys do. now he is smiles but here's why. the 22-year-old -- what? >> nothing go on. >> it happens. the guy from massachusetts has 30 million reasons to be smiling. he is the mega million jackpot winner but there won't be fancy cars or vacations for the new millionaire emmett plans to help out his family and donate the money to charity. you see, since the age of 14, this young man has been providing for his family after his father passed away. >> it's an incredible story. you like to hear somebody like that winning that type of money. >>> stay with us this morning, it's a phrase turned into art. >> where you need to go inform you find a fork in the road. we will show you. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] combine the pnc cashbuilder visa credit card w
ridge and baltimore and rain into howard county, carol county as well and this continues to move to the north and to the northeast and this is going to be with us. since the movement to the east is slow, i think it will be with us the next few hours or so and once the sunsets, things will get calmer and cloudy. seventy in the city. gaithersburg cooled 64 degrees. quantico is 68. big storm system sitting and turning to the west of us and what is left of our weather from last night has crews up to the north of us and we're in the area that is a dry slot and as we look back to this, this will come across tomorrow giving us a greater chance in the cool pocket of air for a few clouds and maybe some shoty -- spotty showers. next week, though, looks great. the high pressure returns as does some warmer air and we're going to be into the 70s and tonight, lower 50s. mostly clear and overnight tonight, the clouds will build tomorrow afternoon and the planner calls for cool sunshine to start and a few clouds at noon and spotty shower possible late tomorrow afternoon and notice cooler north a
moves from southwest to northeast. it may come a little closer to carol manor here. but this part is where we have an active tornado warning. the possibility of a tornado. this is why we're bringing you this live breaking weather coverage if we see the storm lose it's rotation. if we cancel this tornado warning. obviously we'll be back. probably maryland's most powerful radar. you see this notch. that is an area where we have winds coming at the radar. winds moving to the radar south and west. just east of route 83. buried in central baltimore county. so here is a larger look. large storm cell. we have a tremendous updraft in the storm. probably some hail coming down here as well. plenty of embedded and lightning. the storm track moving into western hartford county. so like, again, these are the areas that you want to kind of be keeping an eye on. a different perspective here now. i want to zoom in a little bit here if we can. i do want to bring in roseanne if you're seeing anything on the social media strings, we encourage you not to get in the line of fire here but if you do hea
exceeds the president. based on what, carol? the governor has no national record. my statement was accurate. romney's policy recommendations were strong or stroppinger than what the president -- stronger than what the president said. yvonne robinson, bill, it was concise and sound. thank you, yvonne. o'reilly, you are too sophmoric and ill informed. you are a harvard graduate with no common sense. i guess that explains it, right? tom mccray, very disappointing, bill, you are saying the word little and the governor can never be used in the same sentence. what say you? >> i say governor kristy has a big personality. arizona state university and you should send the governor a no pin head matt. >> at first i thought the tip of the day was con do sending, but now it is for insight and wisdom. excellent. >> bill, please tell us about the co author. he researched killing kennedy and killing lincoln charles. he lives in california. we write every line in the books together. good guy. puts up with me. gary, where can i get millers killing lincoln logs book? he loon -- at the lunatic sho
the president. based on what, carol? the governor has no national record. my statement was accurate. romney's policy recommendations were strong or stroppinger than what the president -- stronger than what the president said. yvonne robinson, bill, it was concise and sound. thank you, yvonne. o'reilly, you are too sophmoric and ill informed. you are a harvard graduate with no common sense. i guess that explains it, right? tom mccray, very disappointing, bill, you are saying the word little and the governor can never be used in the same sentence. what say you? >> i say governor kristy has a big personality. >> good morning everyone. >> i am patti ann browne. >> i am heather childers. it is friday october 19th. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". >> we begin with the benghazi terror attack. >> this as president obama is coming under fire for how he just referred to the four americans tragically killed in the assault. good morning, peter. >> good morning, patti ann.
. carol is with uprooted dance. she is joining me as well. good morning to you. >> hi. good morning. >> reporter: i love the name of your dance company. i was reading it said it's all about a dance company that i can just uproot and take anywhere. >> exactly. for this performance, we're performing outside tonight before the show starts. from 7:15 to 8:00 you can see us performing on the sidewalk. >> reporter: one of the things we're seeing this morning is what you call the balloon dance. >> sure. >> reporter: explain what it is and what we're supposed to get out of this. >> sure. i think there is a feeling of innocence lost that is finally regained at the end of the dance. the balloon symbolizes a sense of hope and lightness, dreaminess, that the dancer first loses and regains at the end. >> reporter: the one thing you've tried to make your mission is make people think outside the box. >> yes. >> reporter: how do you do that? >> we are theatrical, so we use a lot of props, set design, costume design, video. bringing other elements in. >> reporter: i'm going to let you go ahead and g
thanks as always for your comments. i do appreciate them. thank you for joining me today. i'm carol costello. cnn "newsroom" continues now with ashleigh banfield. >> we begin with carnage and chaos. breaking news in the heart of lebanon's largest city and its capital, beirut. a large and deadly explosion happening in the middle of rush hour there. a car bomb apparently the weapon. it was apparently detonated in the city's center, right around one of the main squares. at least eight people dying. you can see the pictures filing into cnn. scenes like this playing out at this moment. rows of mangled cars, charred buildings, people trying to rescue, ambulances rushing to help dozens of those injured victims. stay with us as we continue to process the information from this breaks news story. we'll have developments throughout the day right here on cnn. and another very big story we're continuing to watch develop, a remarkable new report out of benghazi about a man that witnesses insist the was the ring leader in the attack that killed our ambassador and three diplomats, yet a man that ha
's first congressional district, the race is another rematch-- this one between democrat carol shea-porter and republican frank guinta, who unseated her in 2010. now, she's running on opposition to the tea party's record in new hampshire. >> they forgot they were there to create jobs and they didn't pass a comprehensive jobs bill and they turned towardsocia engineering with trying to block contraception and all those other issues that, that really shocked new hampshire. >> reporter: but congressman guinta is betting on frustration with wasteful spending-- the same issue he rode to victory in 2010, and one that often excites voters in new hampshire, which boasts no sales tax. >> they did have the stimulus, $800 billion and then it turns out that it wasn't nearly as effective as they hoped it was going to be. we continue to see the borrowing, those things really frtrat ameca and as a result you saw this 87 freshman class get elected. so i think th the other side feels they have no alternative but to try to ram the entire republican party as tea party and that just doesn't hold water.
news. you've got breaking news? there it is. all right. now, go ahead, carol. >> i oversold it a little bit to you but i wanted to tell you something we just learned about. i love your reaction. the nfl has fined the skins $20,000 for failing to properly report his concussion. do you remember that hubbub? >> oh, yeah, he didn't -- >> they said he was shaken up, right? and they didn't tell us it was a concussion until after the game. >> $20,000? >> $20,000. that just came out. we've been getting a tease it was going to be a hefty fine at some point and that just came out. clearly he's fine, rg3 now. rg3, pete griffin gets rookie of the week, third time in six weeks. but the news not so encouraging for pierre garcon. didn't practice again today. the skins receiver is doubtful for sunday. meantime, the burr gupdy and gold might be sporting a new punter this weekend. he hurt his knee this week. they worked guys out today. another version of redskins rewind coming at you right now. this pictures from last year's matchup. who could forget ryan kerrigan at fedex field. rex grossman right on th
now. good afternoon and welcome. i am carol lancaster, dean of the admin walsh school service here at georgetown university. it's my great privilege and not to welcome back the hilltop i'm a secretary of state, hillary rodham clinton. we are very proud to think of her as a holier by marriage. [laughter] i knows only to welcome ambassador carlos pascual. nice to see you again. the state department special envoy coordinator for international energy affairs. and as always that they too will come our students, faculty and staff with us in the audience today in case you didn't hear them. secretary clinton has come to embody the georgetown spirit of public service. in her nearly 40 years as a public servant. first lady, senator, not the nation's chief diplomat. as many of you know, in this last welcome secretary clinton has traveled to over 100 countries and flown over 900,000 miles, making her the most traveled secretary of state in history. indeed, if he does speak for all of us when i say it's a pleasure to welcome her back to georgetown. since taking office, secretary clinton has tac
-one minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. carol from pennsylvania. welcome. >> caller: hi. great guest. on "the view" yesterday, ann romney again stated that when her husband goes crazy, they have to bring him in to stabilize him; that he condition be consoled i truly believe this man has mental issues -- >> stephanie: what did she say exactly? i doubt she said it just like that -- >> caller: i'm paraphrasing, she said when my husband goes crazy, my sons bring me in and i have to stabilize him. >> stephanie: all right. we got to get a transcript. i doubt she said that but that would be hilarious. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: what she did say, jim, mitt will not run again if he looses. this is very hard. >> stop it. >> stephanie: it's hard stop it. >> ann romney: stop it. >> stephanie: also appearing was the romney's son josh. that one. he was asked about his brother's taggs joke after he said he wants to take a swing at the president, josh said as someone who has been slugged by tagg the president has nothing t
are important. it isn't anybody's right to tell women what they can or can't do with their body. >> carol rents out most of her farmland and says she works harder than ever just to keep her head above water. >> do you have a sense of a campaign? >> on the phone. >> five women. one battleground state. both campaigns working for their votes in the final stretch. >> our miguel joining us now from waterford, wisconsin. miguel, i know some of the ladies say they're still undecided, but it really is hard to understand how anyone doesn't know at this juncture what they want to do. we're just talking about 18 days until election. they've heard all this campaigning and they still don't know? >> you know, they're not completely undecided. had he feel they know who they're going to vote for, but they have weak preference wrshz that's what everybody says in ohio and now in wisconsin. there are a lot of people out there who have just weak preferences. they're not sure. they like one candidate, but they can still be swayed towards the otherers, and that's what the campaigns are working so hard at right now,
economic. but social issues are important. >> reporter: carol rents out most of her farm land and says she works harder than ever to keep her head above water. d do you have a sense of the campaign right now? >> hot and heavy, on the phone, on the ground. >> reporter: working for their votes in the final stretch. >> and miguel marquez joins me live, maybe with cows behind you. looks like you're in some sort of farmhouse in racine. september unemployment numbers just out here in wisconsin, i can tell you, unemployment dropped to 7.3%. so that is an improvement over august. half a point better than the national jobless rate. that's at 7.8%. in talking to these people, in wisconsin, is that reflected overall maybe in improvement in jobs numbers, the mood? >> reporter: most people feel here that they are just keeping their heads above water. so they feel somewhat optimistic but afraid that things will either slide back or not making enough progress fast enough. that's the biggest concern. it is reflected in a couple of polls we had recently. marquette university poll that showed the race almos
's not anybody's right to tell a woman what they can or can't do with their body. >> carol rents out most of her farmland and says she works harder than ever. >> do you have any sense for the campaign at this point? >> yes. >> five women, one state, both campaigned in overdrive working for their votes in the final stretch. >> a few hours after we shot that story, one of the heifers gave birth to two bulls, and they are named mitt and barack. >>> very, very cute indeed. stay with cnn to watch the third and final presidential debate in florida on monday, join us in the situation and then at 7:00 p.m. eastern for live coverage, stay with us, getting ready to hear from the first lady of the united states, michelle obama. [ woman ] it's 32 minutes to go time, and the candidate's speech is in pieces all over the district. the writer's desktop and the coordinator's phone are working on a joke with local color. the secure cloud just received a revised intro from the strategist's tablet. and while i make my way into the venue, the candidate will be rehearsing off of his phone. [ candidate ] and thanks to
or can't do with their body. >> reporter: carol heads up most of her farmland and says she works harder than ever just to keep her head above water. do you have any sense of the campaign at this point? >> oh, yes hot and heavy. in the mail. on the phone. >> reporter: five women, one battleground state. both campaigns in overdrive, working for their votes in the final stretch. now we shot this thing two days ago what you just saw. and the day that we shot this i want to introduce you to two new cows that linda and marsha, these are two bulls that one of their cows had. this one is named mitt. this one barack. neither linda or marsha would tell us who they're voting for. but they're equal opportunity dairy farmers. john? >> you're a natural. and you always have strapped on your big boy boots. so we're glad to have you. miguel will be with us again next tuesday on the ground in scott county, iowa. >> i can't wait to see that. today's best advice coming up right after this quick break. mike rowe here at a ford dealer with a little q&a for fiona. tell me fiona, who's having a big tire event?
's lovely. >> it really revitalizes the skin. this is from carol's daughter. people don't conditioning their scalp, just about conditioning their hair. peppermint oil is great for conditioning your scalp as well. >> all kinds of hair types? >> all kinds of hair types, but vary how much you use it, depending how dry. next we're talking about almond oil. almond oil helps with anti-aging benefits. june jacobs makes a fantastic mois ch-- mois chewizer. you don't want anything too strong on your face. >> especially if you wear a perfume or something. >> exactly. my favorite body butter for the winter, it really gets in there deep, nourishes your skin head to toe. then i call this liquid gold. >> i got it on my nose. >> this is a hair oil. what's great about this, you can use it as a hot oil treatment, put a few drops in your regular conditioner or you can use it at the end to kind of condition your ends throughout the day. >> okay. >> okay, next oil is tea tree oil. >> really healing. >> really healing, antibacteria, this here is just their face wash, i love this, super gentle, very effecti
the kid got in trouble from the coach. carol said, love his spirit and dedication but i think he should have had permission. lisa says, that's just ridiculous, all the teams in our area are wearing pink. go, pink. you'll see a lot of pros doing that. this man apparently didn't ask for permission and he got in trouble. what do you think? should he have gotten in trouble? tweet me on the break and you can also do the facebook thing. good. >>> now, if you are headed to a football game this weekend, let me get you in the mood. how about our battle of the bands? we're asking you and your fellow viewers, hey, share some video of who you think is the college marching band that's the best. somebody get a fire extinguisher because you cubs fans are fired up. ♪ >> oh, no, you did not! first of all, you guys sent a great tape in. do you see -- are there planes on their drumsticks? oh, my gosh, the drum line is on fire. >> the baton twirler has fire on her baton as well. >> everybody can twirl fire but can you drum fire? you guys might have taken it, but i don't know. there's other challengers. i
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